Education

Related CBR Information

Articles,Papers on Education: Early Childhood

DISTANCE LEARNING, SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION. MODULE 1(part 1)

Dear learner, you are welcome to unit 1 of Early Childhood Development Click Here to download

DISTANCE LEARNING, SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION. MODULE 1(part 2)

Dear learner, you are welcome to unit 1 of Early Childhood Development Click Here to download

DISTANCE LEARNING, SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION. MODULE 1

Dear learner, you are welcome to unit 1 of Early Childhood Development Click Here to download

STILL NOT GOING TO SCHOOL, BY ABLE CHILD AFRICA

Able Child Africa works with some of the most vulnerable children in the world: Click Here to download

YOUNG VOICES DVD, FACILITATOR’S GUIDE BY INGRID LEWIS

Young Voices is a 14-minute film that accompanies the photography booklet Young Voices: Young people’s views of inclusive education. Please refer to that booklet for some background Click Here to download

TEACHING YOUR CHILD TO TALK

If you are worried because your child is not talking take him to a speech Click Here to download

.

Articles,Papers on Education: Lifelong Learning

DISABILITY IS NOT INABILITY FHRI REPORT 2009
Rights for persons with Disability are human rights; it is not a question of seeking for special treatment or privilege but it is simply an issue of equal access to services and the enjoyment. Click Here to download

STUDY ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH & HIV/AIDS AMONG PWDS IN KAMPALA,KATAKWI & RAKAI, 2003
The study on reproductive health and HIV/AIDS among disabled persons was commissioned by Disabled Women’s Network and Resource Organization (DWNRO), with support from Click Here to download

DISABILITY SCOPING STUDY BY DFID UGANDA FEB 2009
This Disability Scoping Study provides a situational analysis of people with disabilities in Uganda. The survey was commissioned by the Department for International Development. Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF GENDER, REPORT ON LWEZA VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CENTRE 2006

It is located in Wakiso district off Kampala-Entebbe highway about 2 Kms on Kigo road. The land where the centre is situated was originally donated to Government by Uganda Company for Click Here to download

COMBRA REPORT ON CAPACITY BUILDING, DEMOCRACY & RIGHTS OF PWDs IN NORTH & SOUTH

Egmont Hojskolen is traditional Danish Folk High School for Persons Multiple Disabilities Click Here to download

COMBRA-PARENTS REFRESHER TRAINING REPORT, LIRA DISTRICT 2009

The Lira umbrella parents support organization (LUPSO) in collaboration with the Community Based Rehabilitation Alliance (COMBRA) with the support of PACT organized a Refresher Training for parents of the peer committees in 3 sub counties of Lira District namely: Adwari, Apala and Lira Click Here to download

REPORT ON THE SENSITIZATION SEMINAR FOR DISTRICT LEADERS ON DISABILITY PREVENTION & MEDICAL, 2004

Leaders at all levels of society are important for purposes of planning, advocacy, mobilization of manpower’ resources as well as monitoring Click Here to download

NUDIPU REPORT ON WORKSHOP DISCUSSING STRATEGIES OF INVOLVING PWDs IN HEALTH ACTIVITIES, 1999.
The workshop opened with a few remarks from the Ag. Executive Director of NUDIPU who thanked the participants for turning up in such a big number Click Here to download

NAD FINAL EVALUATION REPORT OF OD PROJECT 2007

The OD youth project was an intervention in Tororo district targeting older children Click Here to download

BASELINE STUDY OF PARTICIPATION OF YOUNG PWDS IN EDUCATION SECTOR OF SIX DISTRICTS IN UGANDA, 2010

The right to education is a fundamental human right for all children and young people particularly because education is intended to prepare them to become self-reliant Click Here to download

REPORT ON THIRD INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON CBR 1995

Purpose for my invitation to the course, Ministry of gender and community development invited the following to the CBR course Click Here to download

KISUMU EXPERIENCE

A group of officials from 3 districts namely Busia, Kayunga & Tororo were selected by the Ministry of Gender, Labor & Social Services and sponsored by NAD to visit the Lenard Chershire inclusive education project schools in Kenya Click Here to download

AVSI MINE ACTION PROGRAMME 2006 ANNUAL REPORT

During 2006 AVSI Mine Action Programme developed activities in the fields of Mine Risk Education (MRE), Victim Assistance, and Data Collection Click Here to download

A report on capacity building, democracy and rights of disabled people in the north and south 2008
Egmont H0jskolen is traditional Danish Folk High School for Persons Multiple Disabilities. Originally it was for the physical disabilities but now accommodates all categories of disabilities, it situated at verge of Kategatt Sea north of odder town in Click Here to download

Parents refresher training report, Lira 2009
The Lira umbrella parents support organization (LUPSO)in collaboration with the Community Based Rehabilitation Alliance (COMBRA) with the support of PACT organized a Refresher Training for parents of the peer committees in 3 sub counties of Lira District namely: Adwari, Apala and Lira. The training was conducted from 9th – 14th February 2009 and were held at Subcounty Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF HEALTH 1997 ANNUAL REPORT

Disability and rehabilitation section presents its annual report 1997. You may not find it necessary to read the whole report, therefore it has been designed to give you an overview of important Click Here to download

REPORT ON BASELINE SURVEY ON BUILDING A CASE FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION TARGETING CWDS IN SOUTH SUDAN)

The major objective of this study was to establish capacities and gaps on the state of inclusive education, particularly as regarding children with disabilities in Yei, Bor and Tonj counties of Southern Sudan Click Here to download

.

Articles,Papers on Education: Non-formal

CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN UGANDA: THE HIDDEN REALITY BY AFRICAN CHILD POLICY FORUM 2011, Children with disabilities in Uganda: The hidden reality is a result of a joint effort between The African Child Policy Forum (ACPF) and KIN Development Management Associates (KDMA). Click Here to download

ITU REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON ICT ACCESSIBILITY FOR PWDs. JULY 2008
Uganda is a landlocked country covering an area of 241,551sqkm. It is bordered by Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan. In the financial year (2007/2008) Uganda’s real GDP grew at a rate of 8.9%, with a GDP per capital of 680,210Ug Click Here to download

OVERVIEW OF DISABILITY IN UGANDA WITH FOCUS ON TORORO. BY TORORO DISTRICT 2008
WHO
defines impairment as any lose or abnormality in Psychological Click Here to download

INVESTIGATION INTO EDUCATIONAL INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN UGANDA, ICEVI 2005, Founded in 1952, the International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment (ICEVI) is the largest professional body in the area of education of children with Click Here to download

YPDDF, PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN EDUCATION IN WAKISO. BASELINE 2011

The baseline study was done as a cross sectional descriptive study in all the eight target sub counties of Wakiso for the project namely; Masuliita, Entebbe, Nansana, Nabweru, Nangabo Click Here to download

THE CBR CURRICULUM FOR TRAINING PWDs AT COMMUNITY LEVEL BY MINISTRY OF GENDER 1998

The booklet has two parts: part one addresses curriculum for training PWDs and their parents at community level in community based rehabilitation programme and part two addresses Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & SPORTS, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION 2003

The Government of Uganda is committed to providing basic education to all the school going age children under UPE programme Click Here to download

LETS FACE IT: TELLING IT AS IT IS, BY UGANDA CHILD RIGHTS NGO NETWORK(UCRNN)

In the Annual General Meeting of UCRNN held early this year, it was agreed that UCRNN carries out joint advocacy for the revision of education policies and practice to ‘facilitate the Click Here to download

COMBRA, CBR COURSE FOR CDAs & REPRESENTATIVES OF PWDs, 2001

COMBRA, the Community Based Rehabilitation Alliance is indigenous NGOs committed to facilitating sustainable development of persons with disabilities at nil levels Click Here to download

Child Care open learning Programme (Community Based), 29 Jan 1998

The workshop held 011 28th – 29th January 1998 for the CCOLP pilot wind-up was held to share the experience of the pilot process and methodology with the different partners and reviewers. It involved the Steering group, The Ministry of Education, the Departments of Community Development, Child Care and Protection from the Ministry of Gender and Community Development Click Here to download

EDUCATION & EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR PWDS IN EAST AFRICA,SALVATION ARMY REPORT 2000

The year 1999 has, in a sense seen a very slow start to the various projects. In mid April 1999 a steering committee was formed at Territorial Headquarters (THQ) with a membership drawn from the various THQ departments that in one way or another would be involved in the implementation Click Here to download

TOWARDS EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY, NATIONAL SEMINAR FOR WWDs-NAIROBI 1998

By the coordinator of St. Jude s Counseling Centre Ms Lena Omondi The Guest of Honour. Distinguished guests and all participants. It is with great pleasure that I welcome you all to this National Seminar for Women with Disabilities Click Here to download

CBR TRAINING MANUAL FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS

Impairment
This is any permanent loss or abnormality of a body part (organ). This includes physical and mental abnormalities. This definition is medical and focuses on the loss or lack as Click Here to download

GULU DISABILITY PROJECT 2006

Gulu District is located In Northern Uganda and it has a population of about 528,000 people. Of this number roughly 458,500 are displaced persons living in 63 camps Click Here to download

MIN. OF HEALTH, REVIEW ON THE SIX DRAFT POLICY DOCUMENTS ON DISABILITY PREVENTION

Uganda Foundation for the Blind was formed by an Act of Parliament in 1954 with Click Here to download

TEN YEARS OF COMBRA, 2001

Community Based Rehabilitation Alliance (COMBRA) is an indigenous NGO committed to facilitating sustainable development of persons with disabilities at all levels Click Here to download

UGANDA SOCIETY FOR DISABLED CHILDREN, ANNUAL REVIEW 2002

USDC continued its work with disabled children and young people during the last year with the long term aim of empowering them to exercise their rights to education, health services Click Here to download

UNAD, MANUAL OF UGANDAN SIGNS 2005 (page 1-107)

This manual is by no means an exclusive dictionary of the Ugandan Sign Language. The Uganda Sign language is “a living, growing language” and as is true of all natural languages Click Here to download

“IT’S A MATTER OF ATTITUDES”, UNICEF IMPLEMENTATION HANDBOOK 1999

On behalf of SHIA, the Swedish Organization of Disabled People’s Association and the Ministry of Social Affairs, Ms Barbro Carlsson bid welcome to the forth and last preparatory Click Here to download

BUSIA DISTRICT LOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION ACTIVITIES

Busia District was created in July 1997. The District has an area of 743 sq km with a projected population of 250,000 people Click Here to download

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: THE ROLE OF HEADTEACHER BY ERON LAWRENCE, KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY

Uganda is a signatory to the universal declaration on education for all which recognizes that the main objective of education is to provide quality education for ALL Click Here to download

ORIANG CHERSHIRE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROJECT KENYA, 2005

This paper highlights the key initiatives undertaken through the support of Lenard Cheshire International to rehabilitate persons with disabilities using a community based participatory approach Click Here to download

OVERVIEW ON INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN BUSIA BY NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR DISABILITY, 2011

The concept of inclusive Education refers to the provision of Educational Services to all learners including those with disabilities in ordinary schools and using the available resources with these ordinary Click Here to download

UNISE MOBILITY & REHABILITION COURSE 1997-98
UNISE and the MBR programme will cover the following expenditures in connection with the course Click Here to download

NUDIPU/AFRICA 2000 NETWORK-UGANDA COLLABORATION

The capacity building training for persons with disabilities took place at Ijumo Resort Hotel from 13th_18th August 2007 Click Here to download

EAST AFRICA FEDERATION OF THE DISABLED, TRAINING OF EAFOD LEADERS. JANUARY 1994

The Training of Trainers Workshop, which is part of the leadership training seminar was organized and run in terms of the Disabled People’s International Self Help Development Programme Click Here to download

NUDIPU, TRAINING & EDUCATION OF YOUNG PWDS IN UGANDA. 2002

The National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU) is an indigenous umbrella NGO of persons with disability that brings together all categories of disabilities including the Click Here to download

Education and Equal Opportunities for persons with disabilities in East Africa, Salvation Army
The year 1999 has, in a sense seen a very slow start to the various projects. In mid April 1999 a steering committee was formed at Territorial Headquarters (THQ) with a membership drawn from the various THQ departments that in one way or another would be involved in the implementation of the project as a hole Click Here to download

COMBRA,CBR COURSE FOR CDAs & REPRESENTATIVES OF PWDs, 2001

COMBRA, the Community Based Rehabilitation Alliance is indigenous NGOs committed to facilitating sustainable development of persons with disabilities at nil levels Click Here to download

Towards Equality of opportunity, 1998 Seminar
The seminar sought 10 create a forum through which community leaders and women with disabilities would identify and understand the challenges facing the latter in the society Click Here to download

Lesotho National Integrated Education Programme 1995
This research is a collaborative exploration of the implementation of the National Integrated Education Programme of Lesotho at the piloting stage, focusing on two contrasting pilot schools. The literature review (Part I) establishes key criteria which inform the search for a relevant Click Here to download

REGIONAL SEMINAR “POVERTY ALLEVIATION”,HIV & AIDS EDUCATION & INCLUSIVE EDUCATION2007. Critical aspects of the conceptualization and definition of inclusive Click Here to download

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CURRICULUM FOR PWDS, FROM MASAKA REHABILITATION CENTRE 2001

This curriculum document was produced in response to a need identified by the then Centre Manager of Masaka Vocational & Rehabilitation Centre at Kijjabwemi, Masaka Click Here to download

DISABILITY KNOWLEDGE & RESEARCH APRIL 2005

Since the population and housing census in 2002, Uganda’s population has grown at an annual rate of 3.3 per cent to approximately 26.8 million (Uganda Bureau of Statistics 2003 Click Here to download

TRANSFORMING EDUCATION SYSTEMS TO RESPOND TO ALL LEARNERS, EXPERIENCE FROM ORIANG CHESHIRE, 2005.

This paper highlights them key initiatives undertaken through the support of Leonard Cheshire International to rehabilitate PWDs using community based Click Here to download

GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION SERVICES, 1992

The last decade has been described as a period in which new social policies, awareness and adjustment programmes were needed to prevent disability & equalize opportunities for PWDs Click Here to download

TASO TRAINING CENTER IN COLLABORATION WITH NUDIPU

Six hundred million people around the world are affected by disabilities. Most of them live in developing countries, and most of them are poor Click Here to download

UNAD, MANUAL OF UGANDAN SIGNS 2005 (page 108 – End))

This manual is by no means an exclusive dictionary of the Ugandan Sign Language. The Uganda Sign language is “a living, growing language” and as is true of all natural languages Click Here to download

.

Articles,Papers on Education: Primary

ACCESS TO EDUCATION BY CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN UGANDA BY PETER MOYI

The overall goal of the education sector in Uganda is to achieve universal education by 2015. Although access to basic education has risen substantially over the last decade, some  Click Here to download

YOUNG VOICES, YOUNG PEOPLE’S VIEWS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION BY ATLAS ALLIANCE

around the world, many young people are not able to go to school because of poverty and discrimination. they may be discriminated against, for example, because they are disabled, girls Click Here to download

USDC, ACCESSIBILITY OF EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

This study aimed to investigate accessibility and relevance of education for children Click Here to download

DISABLED CHILDREN IN UGANDA, BY ABLE CHILD AFRICA

Able Child Africa is the new name for the Uganda Society for Disabled Children UK Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & SPORTS, EARS/SNE PROGRAMME

Activities of EARS/Special Needs Education programme are geared to providing a comprehensive programme of assistance to children between the ages of 0-18 years Click Here to download

INTEGRATION OF CARE FOR PERSON WITH DISABILITIES & EPILEPSY IN UGANDA. 1995

The idea of having a workshop on integrated care for persons with disabilities & epilepsy, looking at the role of community based rehabilitation programs and government departments Click Here to download

FINDINGS ON CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS, PARLIAMENT OF UGANDA 2000

The purpose of the research was to obtain information on children with disabilities in primary schools for members of parliament representing persons with disabilities, service providers Click Here to download

Needs Assessment Report on Post-Primary educational opportunities in Tororo
The plight of persons with disabilities remains an enormous challenge in developing countries. Uganda Government introduced Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), as a service strategy to reach more people with Disabilities. Although Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development Click Here to download

YOUNG VOICES DVD, FACILITATOR’S GUIDE BY INGRID LEWIS

Young Voices is a 14-minute film that accompanies the photography booklet Young Voices: Young people’s views of inclusive education. Please refer to that booklet for some background Click Here to download

YOUNG VOICES, YOUNG PEOPLE’S VIEWS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION BY ATLAS ALLIANCE

around the world, many young people are not able to go to school because of poverty and discrimination. they may be discriminated against, for example, because they are disabled, girls Click Here to download

Articles,Papers on Education: Secondary Higher

PARTICIPATION OF YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES IN MAINSTREAM SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN UGANDA, The constitution of the Republic of Uganda 1995, guarantees non-discrimination of any persons whether on grounds of gender, color, ethnic origin, social economic stands, political opinion or disability Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & SPORTS, TRACER STUDY ON SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATIONAL INCLUDING PWDS LEARNERS 2005. The aim of this study was to find out if special primary schools in Uganda are meeting the basic requirements and minimum standards in providing Click Here to download

COMBRA REPORT ON POST-PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN TORORO

The plight of persons with disabilities remains an enormous challenge in developing countries. Uganda Government introduced Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), as a service strategy to reach more people with Disabilities Click Here to download

LESOTHO NATIONAL INTEGRATED EDUCATION PROGRAMME, CASE STUDY 1995

This research is a collaborative exploration of the implementation of the National Integrated Education Programme of Lesotho at the piloting stage, focusing on two contrasting pilot schools Click Here to download

IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION APPROACHES IN UGANDA,DFID SEPT 2011

The need to include disabled children in education is evident if countries are to achieve the Education For All (EFA) targets and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & SPORTS, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION 2003

In the last years, attempts have been made by Uganda Government to mak Click Here to download

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SPORTS SNE ASSESSMENT. 1999

During the annual meeting for District Education Officers, District Inspectors of Schools and the Heads of SNE/EARS Centres, we were given important information about the status Click Here to download

EDUCATION, A RIGHT FOR ALL-UNISE BULLETIN 1995

The following points should be observed by writers when preparing articles for the “UNISE BULLETIN” Click Here to download

BRIEF ON INCLUSIVE EDUCATION /SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, BUSIA DISTRICT 2007

All national and international conventions that Uganda has acceded to attest to the fact that all human beings are equal and are entitled to basic education as aright Click Here to download

NUDIPU EVALUATION OF EDUCATION OF YOUNG PWDS IN UGANDA, 2006

The NUDIPU DO-Youth project started in January 2003 at the realization that Youth With Disabilities had not been adequately mobilized into the disability movement, and their levels of Click Here to download

Needs Assessment Report on Post- Primary in Tororo district
The plight of persons with disabilities remains an enormous challenge in developing countries. Uganda Government introduced Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), as a service strategy to reach more people with Disabilities. Although Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development Click Here to download

NUDIPU PROPOSAL ON EDUCATION OF YOUNG PWDs IN UGANDA -2002 NUDIPU emphasises democratic system of governance where leaders of PWDs right from the village to national levels go through a regular
voting mechanism Click Here to download

Translate »